Cambodia has two main seasons the green season and the dry season, with a couple of what could be called sub-seasons in between where it is slightly hotter or cooler.
You can take a Cambodia tour at any time of the year, as it has a mild tropical climate. Travelers should not be put off by the myth of South East Asia’s monsoon period or ‘Green Period’ as we like to call it.
The ‘Green Season’ extends from May until October and is an extremely good time to travel. The rain tends to come in short sharp down pours and at this time the country is probably at its most beautiful. The sights are also a lot less crowded and Angkor is surrounded by lush foliage and the moats are all full of water, perfect for that picture postcard photograph.
The ‘Dry Season’ is from November to April. The most pleasant time to travel is from November to February when the weather is dry and cool; the days are full of bright crisp autumn like days.
The weather is at its hottest and stickiest in late March and April, when temperatures hover around thirty-five degrees centigrade.
The country has something to offer at any time of the year and our Cambodia tours and tailor made itineraries, will make sure you get the most out of your trip whatever time of year you travel.